I was born and raised in Columbia. In 1996 I moved to Colorado, where I ultimately (after playing for several years) earned a double major in business administration and finance through Regis University. After college, I enlisted in the Marine Corps and served four years, doing three consecutive tours to Iraq. In the Marine Corps I specialized in building and explosives. I got out of the Marine Corps in 1009. Four years ago, I moved back to Columbia to work with my father, Dan, and our business, Kliethermes Homes & Remodeling.

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Outdoor Living and Entertainment

  Find more at: www.kliethermes.com It’s that wonderful time of the year again filled with outdoor events and parties on the patio. As a homeowner, having an outdoor retreat brings value and comfort to your home. According to the “What Buyers Really Want” survey from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), more than 80 […]

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While You’re Away- Tips for Travelers

  Tips for Travelers Here at Kliethermes Homes and Remodeling, we love a great vacation. Sun in our hair, sand in our toes, a colorful drink in our hands… It’s a great feeling to get away with family and friends to de-stress and rejuvenate after a busy season at work. I always come back from […]

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Building Trends in 2016

  With the new year comes new building trends. At Kliethermes Homes and Remodeling, we are committed to staying up-to-date with the latest and most creative building trends on the market. If you’ve been thinking about revamping a space in your home, 2016 might just be the year to do it! Check out the trends […]

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There’s More to a Project’s Cost Than Labor and Materials

Many people often think that when the cost seems out of proportion to the actual materials and labor required to complete the job, the difference is lining the contractor’s pockets. Believe it or not, despite the fact that remodeling can seem expensive, it’s not a highly profitable business, especially when you consider the amount of […]

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What the Pros Know: According to Cale

What Makes a Project Successful? Everyone will likely have their own definition or successful, but I’d like to share with you my idea of a successful project: –  All of your expectations are properly set and either met or exceeded. – You are left feeling very pleased and satisfied with the final results. – The […]

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